FOUNDED DECEMBER 2020
Our Tallahassee is a new multi-platform media outlet providing today’s breaking news on government, politics, justice and commentary in Tallahassee and the North Florida region.
Our city is covered by a number of outlets – newspaper, radio, TV and internet. But in these days of media conglomerations and skin-tight news budgets, we know there is room for another voice – especially in this era of nontraditional platforms.
We’re adding a progressive perspective to Tallahassee news that understands that some voices in this city have historically been ignored or stifled. They have been drowned out by the voices of the powerful: the influence of Tallahassee’s old families and untoward business interests. We also know that hard-working volunteers and community activists have already begun to shift the balance in this city.
In recent years, the voices historically drowned out have been speaking up, organizing, and winning elections. Our Tallahassee is dedicated to helping lift up the voices of those who have not been heard, or heard but ignored for far too long.
Together, we’re going to build Our Tallahassee.
And we’re going to change our city forever.
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We can be reached at 850-203-9224 and at email@example.com
Are you a student in Tallahassee and looking for an opportunity to work on a cutting edge new media project? Apply for a Fall 2022 internship, email your resume here.
We are looking to expand our team for more regular contributing authors to report on Tallahassee and North Florida news, email us here for more information.
Herrle is a North Florida public strategy consultant spanning multiple disciplines. His Leon County local advocacy has been around walkable cities, creating a vibrant downtown and protecting our existing neighborhoods against development special interests.
In local government, Herrle has worked with neighborhoods and issue advocacy campaigns across Leon County to fight for their voices to be heard in a city hall not meant for them. A lifelong Tallahassee resident, he grew up on Buck Lake Road and lives in Tallahassee’s Downtown.
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